20 January 2008

KingCast reviews Union Leader stories on Gregory W. Floyd's anger management problems: Easton Selectman Ashton says "Reopen the 5/11 case."

There's Kelly Ayotte's hero, Gregory W. Floyd. He looks really "handicapped," huh? Reporter West asked me about that picture on the blawg and I told her I did not know who that officer was, nor could I remember from which disc I managed to find that pic, but I'm glad she and her team enlarged it so you can see how handicapped he is not. Killer-murderer-lunatic-strutter, he is, IMHO.

Here's what Defendant Ayotte in the KingCast v. Ayotte litigation hid from us.

Not to mention my pursuit of Federal charges for Floyd violating 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1).

Nancy West Story 1
After Floyd repeatedly interrupted court proceedings, Judge Timothy Vaughn instructed him to remain in the courthouse until Boisvert and her party left, Dutile said in an incident report. Some North Country people, like Easton selectman Nicole Ashton, see Floyd's alleged recent courthouse threats as another reason why the attorney general should re-examine the McKay-Kenney shootings, especially Floyd's role.

"I think they should re-investigate the original crime from the Liko Kenney-Bruce McKay incident. They gave it a quick fix. They made him (Floyd) out to be a hero. They cleared him because he defended the honor of a police officer," Ashton said. There are people in Easton who support Cpl. Bruce McKay and others who support Liko Kenney, she said, adding, "I personally do not know anyone who supported Floyd."

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Boisvert, who said she remains terrified of Floyd after he threatened to pull a gun on her, obtained a permanent restraining order against him in connection with the Dec. 17 incident.

It was after a hearing on that restraining order in Grafton County Superior Court Dec. 28 that Floyd made threats that almost got him arrested and prompted the call for tighter security in the upcoming Littleton District Court criminal case, according to Dutile.

Nancy West Story 2.
In court last month for a hearing on a restraining order in an unrelated dispute, Floyd said he killed Kenney, who had shot Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay, and could become violent again if his rights were violated, a county sheriff wrote in a report.

Caleb A. Macaulay, a friend of Kenney's who was a passenger in his car during the fatal confrontations, said Floyd told him that day he had killed more than 20 people.
"He's, like, 'I'm going to shoot you,' and I'm, like, I have no weapons," Macaulay, then 21, said in his interview with State Police, describing a scene in which he sat cross-legged on the ground while Floyd pointed a gun at him after killing Kenney.
"He's, like, 'I'm on medication so it doesn't matter if you have -- didn't have -- a weapon or not ...' "

Also from KingCast research:
Page 700: "When I saw that gun I went down like this and that's all I saw and if I did not do that I wouldn't be, I wouldn't be here today."

Page 701: "He did, did he say anything?" "He said nothing. He started shooting."

Page 687: "That guy I thought pretty much had the gun pointed at us before we even got on the road."

Hence the bullet hole in the windscreen; Caleb just didn't hear it.

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They still didn't mention the third felony conviction for stealing the Virgin Mary or magic bullet hole that proves Gregory Floyd lied about how and when he started shooting at Liko Kenney but reporter West and I discussed it at length, and I know for fact that Jeffery Jesseman told her about it as well. And guess what? Even though my buddy NH AAG Homicide Chief Jeffrey Strelzin says he sees no need to reopen the case, Attorney Sisti and his crew is free to -- ahem -- cross examine that thug using that very bullet hole that KingCast brought to light before anyone else.


What gives? Tell you what, though: I was telling Judge Vaughn all about it in this court hearing.

21 comments:

Christopher King said...

See the Governor's press secretary Colin Manning hung up on me when I asked them to come to Franconia for a fact-finding tour.

Guess what?

The fact-finding tour will come to them.

Columbine, hell. NH government is building a bomb in North Country and its name is Gregory W. Floyd. They can't say that KingCast and the Franconia Collective didn't warn them.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

still a gun in the house?

DISARM THE FELON!

FELON RIGHTS?

Is he free to threaten everyone, this german awol marine felon killing americans.


Strelzin you cheapen your profession while undermining rule of law. Keep it up unless you're vacationing up North. If you are, bring insulin for the next time Floyd comes to the aid of an officer. That way it won't be murder, just stress. Flatlander.

Christopher King said...

This case is just getting started.

Wait until the public sees the OC Spray video of McKay on Sarah, and the new case developing in North Country.

Anonymous said...

Check out the picture!

Floyd Jr. is '17' so he can't be interviewed alone,

but then 8 months later he's 19.

WHich is it, and are there any other criminals in the household who shouldn't be around firearms?

Both of these men are looking at whats being written by the officer. Floyd Jr. knows how to use a police radio? McKay chose not to use the radio... is that correct? Floyd Sr. looks very intersted in what the officer is doing.

Christopher King said...

Dig it.

Where was that comment made that he was 17?

I just added this to the mix:

Page 700: "When I saw that gun I went down like this and that's all I saw and if I did not do that I wouldn't be, I wouldn't be here today."

Page 701: "He did, did he say anything?" "He said nothing. He started shooting."

Page 687: "That guy I thought pretty much had the gun pointed at us before we even got on the road."

Hence the bullet hole in the windscreen; Caleb just didn't hear it.

Anonymous said...

"Had he not complied with my order, I was prepared to arrest him on a disorderly conduct charge," Dutile wrote.

What did Dutile do?

Released him back to the public.

If Floyd should turn fugitive, and haunt this country, would it be worth the 1000 bux NH? Dutile is sheriff and should act like one. GC Sheriffs can't say they don't know about Maura.

Would Dutile's past actions against Liko cause him to be leniant towards his killer, ya know let him walk right out the door?

Christopher King said...

Floyd's high-dollar lawyers are back bright and early at 8:30 est on a Sudnay. But they had better be: Remember they have to deal not only with their fine fellow out in the Littleton hearing for criminal threats, but also for continued violation of weapon under a disability, per 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) as noted herein.

BTW that costs a ton of bucks. Who's paying for this? Floyd keep and invest all of his proceeds from PCP sales?

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Christopher King said...

5:19

Yeah I caught that. Dutile might not have been wearing his vest or bullet-proof helmet at the time, though so I can kinda' understand, you know lest Shooter Floyd "give him a third eye."

Anonymous said...

Chris, is there a transcript of Floyd's performance in court? If there does exist a court report of what was said, can we request that, or is that out of bounds for the NH's Right to Know Law? Were his threats directed to the judge and LE? Sounds like he's on a hair trigger, ya know?

Christopher King said...

That transcript, as well as the one from KingCast v. Ayotte will be online in the next several days.

The FC has ordered them already.

There is no privacy in a public courtroom.

Anonymous said...

Trooper Hamilton says in his statement that Floyd Sr. told him that Floyd Jr. was a minor. By the time they interviewed Floyd, he said (from his transcript) that his son had "just turned 18".

If he's 19 now, "just" must have been at least four months before.

Anonymous said...

4:34
recalling that the Floyds satisfied the police, who were seeking automatic weapons in the Floyd household, by producing documentation that Michelle Floyd was the owner of guns (unlocked, some loaded, and scattered about the house...).

the guns found were not automatic weapons, the ownership was determined to be his wife, and so we can presume the Floyd household is still in possession of guns today.

in reading Chris's reference to
United States of America
v.
Robert Dale Ruckman
i find:

"Defendant contends the district court failed to consider the fact that his wife also occupied the bedroom and that she subsequently bartered several of the identified firearms to pay her own legal bills. Defendant presents no evidence to support his contention that his wife's joint ownership of the firearms precludes the district court from concluding he possessed the firearms. Indeed, possession, not ownership, is the dispositive inquiry."

i interpret this to mean that Floyd is in posession, regardless of ownership.

i echo: DISARM THE FELON!

Christopher King said...

Bingo.

And there is more.

You gun people out there might also want to start by counting the number of shots Liko put out vis a vis Floyd's actions with the slide of Liko's gun after he killed him, as noted by Caleb, who was confused about it because Caleb does not know guns.

[b]Related Movie:[/b] The Quick and the Dead, starring Liko Kenney as Ace Hanlon and Bruce McKay as Herod. Liko Kenney died in self-defense. Watch it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2HSAfTecw4

Christopher King said...

Bingo.

And there is more.

You gun people out there might also want to start by counting the number of shots Liko put out vis a vis Floyd's actions with the slide of Liko's gun after he killed him, as noted by Caleb, who was confused about it because Caleb does not know guns.

Related Movie: The Quick and the Dead, starring Liko Kenney as Ace Hanlon and Bruce McKay as Herod. Liko Kenney died in self-defense. Watch it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2HSAfTecw4

Anonymous said...

Since Mr. Floyd had NOTHING to do with the case of NH authorities denying you documents, why is he mentioned so many times in regard to your litigation.

You say in later posts that you are not writing his attorney. Why do that when it has nothing to do with RSA-91, unless you are trying to destroy the man and his family?

Anonymous said...

Um, 9:15, I don't think anyone is destroying Mr. Floyd besides Mr. Floyd himself. He seems to have a pretty good handle on that.

Christopher King said...

Floyd is a central figure in all of the RSA 91-A litigation, sorry.

As I told you Sharon, over at Topix, Sharon:

This case is a public case and I am a citizen and a reporter involved in related litigation involving the same dirtbag 3 time felon.

As such, it has everything to do with me.

BTW in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King:

"Moreover, I am cognizant of the interrelatedness of all communities and states. I cannot sit idly by in Atlanta and not be concerned about what happens in Birmingham. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. Never again can we afford to live with the narrow, provincial "outside agitator" idea. Anyone who lives inside the United States can never be considered an outsider anywhere in this country."

Consider yourself KingCasted.

Christopher King said...

Plus the dude is polluting my birthday.

Anonymous said...

" He looks really "handicapped," huh? "

You became a doctor when?

Christopher King said...

The same time Floyd became too handicapped to bust up the road and murder Liko.

BTW Judge Vaughn made a similar observation.

BTW I just said "Looks" and it sure does "look" as if he's standing pretty strong and cocky; he sure ain't reaching for a cane.

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